2018 Headliner for Elite Fly/Back Underwater Camp
Coach Doug Lennox returned to his alma mater - Princeton University - as an assistant coach for both the men’s and women’s swimming teams in August of 2017 after spending the last three years as an assistant coach at Kenyon College. At Kenyon, Lennox helped the Lords and Ladies teams to Top 4 finishes at NCAAs each year, including a men's team title in 2015. Prior to Kenyon, Lennox was an assistant coach at NYU for the 2013-2014 season.
A 2009 graduate of Princeton, Lennox possesses extensive experience in the pool. During his collegiate swimming career, he collected five All-America certificates, was a seven-time Ivy League award-winner, and set ten Princeton records. He helped lead the Tigers to three team conference championships and was named a team captain his senior season.
Lennox also swam in international waters, competing for Puerto Rico’s national team. He participated in the 2006 Central American Games, the 2008 Beijing Olympic Games, and the 2009 Rome World Championship. During that run, Lennox set national records in the 100-meter butterfly and the 200-meter freestyle. He also logged 23 national championship event titles.
Lennox joined the Teach for America program in 2010 and was stationed in Brooklyn, New York. While in New York, he also kick-started his coaching career and earned a master’s degree from Teacher University at Hunter College. In 2009, he began to volunteer his time with the New York Athletic Club and 2012 he was hired as an assistant coach at Asphalt Green Unified Aquatics.